Composer Orpheus, holding a lyre. Despite the classical allreferences, he was dressed informally in modern dress: a soft hat, a long shirt open at the neck, a loose robe and slippers, one of which was at his right foot in the statue of George Frideric Handel. His posture is also casual. He sat cross-legged, leaning against a pile of bound works of his, including the Feast of Alexander, completed the same month the statue was completed. The statue of George Frideric Handel is unprecedented because not only does it depict a nanny with astonishing casualness, but it is also the first life-size marble statue of a living artist. Previously, such public statues had been erected only for monarchs, nobles or military leaders. Handel is his earliest known freestanding sculpture.
A person’s life is limited, and for someone who has made great contributions, we will not be willing to leave him. We need to commemorate him with something else, so that people can remember his greatness and contributions. Then there is biography, there is painting of people, and there is statue of George Frideric Handel. This statue of George Frideric Handel is well exemplified and has some relevance to modern cities. Statue of George Frideric Handel (born in Halle, Germany) was an Anglo-German composer of the Baroque period. , familiar with Italian opera and instrumental music style and writing techniques. In 1710, he returned to Germany and became the music director of the Hanoverian Court. During his tenure, he went to England twice in 1710 and 1712, and his operas were welcomed by the British royal family and nobles, so he stayed in England. Handel’s music expressed the advanced ideas of the Baroque period in simple language, and heralded the arrival of the homophonic music style with its magnificent musical style.